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Many golfers struggle with their bunker play by failing to control low point; this is most often due to an overly shallow angle of attack. While shallowing may be beneficial for normal shots, a steeper angle of attack is required here. That is, we want to make sure the club is entering the sand roughly an inch behind the ball and that it is also bottoming out about the same distance in front of the ball. This will help us properly utilize the "bounce" of the club and effectively eliminate the dreaded fat or thin shot.
Playlists: Specialty Shots
Tags: Bunker, Drill, Intermediate